When Julia Trubkina moved from Russia to America to start her life with her fiancé Brandon Gibbs, she was probably hoping to get some time to adjust to her new life.
After all, in addition to moving to a new country, Julia Trubkina and Brandon Gibbs also moved in with his parents on their family farm. However, in the last episode of 90 Day Fiance, Julia Trubkina woke up rude when she found out that she was expected to help directly on the farm.
90 Day Fiance: Brandon Gibbs’s Mom Didn’t Give Julia Trubkina a Choice
During a tour of her new home, Julia Trubkina was taken to see some of the farm animals the family raised.
The first stop was the chicken coop where Brandon Gibbs’s mother, Betty, tries to help Julia Trubkina overcome her fear of letting the chickens eat out of her hand. “And tomorrow, you get to get the eggs and feed them, okay?” Betty says. Just kidding, Julia Trubkina tells Brandon Gibbs, “You remember when I [said] I [would] help you? Forget this.”
Then they went to the goats and then to the pigs, where Julia Trubkina had the hardest time.
Julia Trubkina explained that she loves animals, but not when she is expected to take care of them this way. She said she prefers pets to farm animals.
While dealing with the pigs, Betty said to Julia, “Tomorrow, don’t forget that you just have to climb over them and then go inside and put their food in their bowls, and then they will eat. They won’t hurt you, I promise”.
And although Brandon Gibbs and his family didn’t expect much from Julia Trubkina, she said it would have been nice if they had given her a choice. “I want to help Brandon, but his mother didn’t think she would ask me, “Julia, do you want to help? Or don’t you want to help? How do you feel?” she told the producers later.